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  • Protest & prejudice

    - Aug 31, 2015
    Christopher Cervantes cmikemayvantes@gmail.com From 1963 to 1967, George Wallace served as the governor of Alabama (also 1971-79 and 1983-87). During the ’60s, Wallace was known for his vehement defense of segregation, going on the record saying,...
  • Crippled by spell check

    - Aug 31, 2015
    By Jace Brady jacebrady@gmail.com The millennial generation has been blessed with technological advancements beyond the wildest dreams of those who lived only a short time ago. With the stroke of a few keys, a vast encyclopedia...
  • A president’s legacy

    - Aug 28, 2015
    Samuel Studer samuel-studer@uiowa.edu At a press conference on Aug. 20, former President Jimmy Carter spoke about the spots of melanoma that were found in his brain. Carter focused on the positive on his brain-cancer diagnosis and...
  • Technology and the classroom

    - Aug 28, 2015
    Marcus Brown marcusvbrown@gmail.com The format for standardized tests in Iowa’s public schools may potentially receive a technological facelift in the 2016-2017 school year, when proponents hope to make an improvement from traditional pencil and paper tests....
  • Trump’s toppling of the top-down model

    - Aug 27, 2015
    Paul Osgerby paul-osgerby@uiowa.edu At this point, I don’t think I even need to mention his name for people to recognize whom I’m talking about. After another spat with journalists, compounded with further racially charged anti-Mexican sentiments,...
  • Bipartisan prison reform could finally be a reality

    - Aug 27, 2015
    Jacob Prall prall.jacob@gmail.com When House Speaker John Boehner and President Obama both support a piece of legislation making its way through the House, take a picture with your camera. Yet here we are, with a fat,...

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